Nature reserves are not only for bird watchers and walkers but may also be visited by school parties for whom toilet facilities are essential. Very busy reserves might benefit from a new toilet system we designed for Richmond Park instead of the twin vault composters shown below.

Some examples of NatSol toilets on nature reserves:-

NatSol compost toilet supports tree planting

Composting toilet for Moor Trees, Devon
Site: Moor Trees
Location: Dartmoor & South Devon
Building/Toilet Type: Standard Timber/Full Access Composter
Description: We supplied 2 toilets for different locations. Moor Trees are "on a mission to restore native woodland on Dartmoor and in South Devon". The toilets provide facilities for those involved in tree planting.
Installed date: August 2021

NatSol compost toilet replaces portaloo

Full access toilet for Skylarks nature reserve
Site: Skylarks Nature Reserve
Location: Rushcliffe, Nottingham
Building/Toilet Type: Standard Metal/Full Access
Description: This nature reserve is the largest reserve in Rushcliffe and has good accessibility for wheelchairs - including a NatSol accessible toilet which replaces a portaloo..
Installed date: August 2017

Lockerbie Wildlife Trust

Compost toilet for Eskrigg Nature Reserve
Site: Eskrigg Nature Reserve
Location: Eskrigg
Building/Toilet Type: Standard Timber/Full Access
Description: Our standard full access compost toilet for this nature reserve. Installed to a high standard by McAlpine PLC.
Installed date: July 2016

Toilets for Natural England National Nature Reserve

Hatfield Moors Nature Reserve Toilets
Site: Humberhead Peatlands
Location: Doncaster
Building/Toilet Type: Standard Metal/Full Access
Description: Two Full Access toilets with metal buildings for a nature reserve open to the public. These toilets will operate all year round as there is no freezing risk.
Installed date: April 2015

Ecology Visitor Centre

Ecology Centre, Kinghorn
Site: The Ecology Centre, Kinghorn
Location: Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland
Building/Toilet Type: Customer Designed/Full Access
Description: A waterless twin vault composting toilet for a remote location at this site
Installed date: August 2014

Probably our most remote compost toilet

Natsol compost toilet on Handa island
Site: Handa Island
Location: Scotland
Building/Toilet Type: Customer Designed/Full Access
Description: This toilet serves bird watchers on a remote island off the NW coast of Scotland. The architect for the building was David Somerville. Delivery was via the small ferry to the island.
Installed date: August 2012

Eco toilets for nature reserve in Lancashire

Compost toilets at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Lancashire
Site: Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre
Location: Burscough, Lancashire
Building/Toilet Type: Customer Designed/Full Access
Description: Two waterless eco toilets for a busy visitor site with a high water table. NatSol supplied all the composting toilet kit components and the centre provided the building.
Installed date: March 2012

A composting toilet on a wildlife site in Cornwall

Gaia Trust compost toilet, Cornwall
Site: Gaia Trust Wildlife Conservation Site
Location: Wadebridge
Building/Toilet Type: Standard Timber/Full Access
Description: This toilet provides the public and conservation volunteers with an all year round facility requiring very little maintenance.
Installed date: January 2012
"I would like to say that from my point of view I have been extremely impressed with NatSol both in my dealings with you over the telephone and also in the quality of the materials and instructions provided - they are amongst the best I have used. I would not hesitate to recommend both you and your products to anyone." ME - Contractor

Two toilets for the tidal island of Hilbre

Mayor opening natsol compost toilets on Hilbre Island
Site: Hilbre Island
Location: The Wirral
Building/Toilet Type: Standard Timber/Full Access
Description: The official opening of two fully accessible toilets on a very sensitive site.

Hilbre is a Local Nature Reserve within a Site of Special Scientific Interest, a Special Protection Area, a Wetland of International Importance, a candidate Special Area of Conservation and a Regionally Important Geological and Geomorphological Site.

Our waterless toilets were chosen mainly because of their low environmental impact.

Installed date: February 2008
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